In Memoriam

Sigh. That is all I can manage at this point. Sigh.

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11 thoughts on “In Memoriam

  1. – all so very young… ((HUgs))) Bats – its hard to feel it like this.. at all,, my heart is aching its all so senseless. Did you see the post about reflection and Jessica Ghawi…..she was a blogger here…. link is on the reflecions post on my blog – im sorry I can;t remember if you have….
    so damn young…I don;t think we even realize how young we are then..
    Bats just saying… make sure you got your peeps.. not being bossy..just I kinda had a moment the other day.. and its so easy to trip into the darkness… even for a minute or five.. and I feel like im shoulding you or ordering you around or … I sound like a big ole dufus
    repeating what I am sure you know.. triggers..but its cause I care… so I’ll risk all that stuff… ❤ … and let me know if you need .. anything

  2. There is another hero like John Thomas Larimer: Satwant Singh Kaleka. Kaleka gave his life stopping the gunman and saving dozens of lives. Kaleka was a hero and a legend and was cremated per custom. His work is complete (Pura Ho Gaya)–the saying in Sikh custom of death.

  3. On the picture above the batman picture, how about make a picture modeled on the picture above: Oak Creek, Wisconsin 8/5/12 “WE ARE ONE” with the picture of Mahatma Gandhi crying. Gandhi is the founding father of modern, independent India. Possibly, a picture of Kaleka on a horse as a hero!

  4. Do not forget the five heroes of Oak Creek, Wisconsin!
    They are Satwant Singh Kaleka, Abhay Singh, Amanat Singh, Lt. Brian James Murphy, and Officer Savan Nick “Sam” Lenda!

  5. Also recently, they have to model after the batman poster:
    Crying characters from Minnesota:
    Hiawatha, Minnehaha, Green Giant, Bullwinkle and Rocky, Pillsbury Doughboy, Goldy Gopher, and Betty Crocker
    Symbol of the Teamsters Union and the UPS logo
    Minneapolis, Minnesota We Remember 9/27/2012

    Also, if possible:
    IN MEMORY OF KEITH VINCENT BASINSKI
    DEDICATED TO 29 YEARS OF SERVICE WITH THE UPS

    IN MEMORY OF REUBEN RAHAMIM
    DEDICATED TO 28 YEARS OF SERVICE WITH ACCENT SIGNAGE SYSTEMS

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